From one day to another my LXD Virtual Machine crashed without reason.
VM mainly used to host docker swarm which was up and running for more than 3 months without any issues.
See below, creating a file of 1 byte crashes :
# echo "1" > $(mktemp) -bash: echo: write error: No space left on device
Still I have plenty of disk space available.
# zfs list NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT rpool 130G 94.9G 96K /rpool [...] rpool/lxd/virtual-machines 2.18G 94.9G 96K legacy rpool/lxd/virtual-machines/app-xxx-yyy-vm 7.24M 92.8M 7.28M legacy rpool/lxd/virtual-machines/app-xxx-yyy.block 2.17G 94.9G 2.58G - rpool/swap 8.50G 96.5G 6.88G - # lxc storage info default info: description: "" driver: zfs name: default space used: 56.69GiB total space: 151.60GiB
I do not know if it is linked or not but after this crash, I tried to create another VM, installed docker on it and the first docker command hangs and gives me no console return, just hanging forever awaiting I do not know what. And same result when creating a container with docker installed (even by following the video posted in another topic)
Thanks for the help,